Araviakis is entering her second season as the assistant coach for the Golden Eagles lacrosse program. In her first season, she led the Golden Eagles to the MEC Conference Tournament as she had multiple players receive conference awards, including Kyra Tye who ranked first nationally in all of Division II for saves per game.
Araviakis attended King’s College as a dual sport athlete, competing in both field hockey and lacrosse. As a field hockey player, she played in 73 games and excelled at the midfield position. As a sophomore, she helped lead the team to a Freedom Conference Tournament Championship and berth in the D3 National Tournament.
As a member of the women’s lacrosse team, Araviakis played a major role in the team’s success since she arrived as a freshman earning Rookie of the Year, First Team MAC All-Conference, and Second Team All-Region. Over the course of her tenure with the program, she continued to be a pivotal player by earning First Team MAC All Conference for the next three years. Araviakis currently ranks second all-time in school history in points (258), goals (183), assists (75), ground balls (227), caused turnovers (147), and draw controls (239) helping her earn 2018 Female Athlete of the Year.
Araviakis, who graduated from King’s College with a degree in Mass Communications in May 2018, is currently perusing her Masters' of Business Administration at the University of Charleston. Araviakis is set to graduate in December 2019.